Search found 3 matches
Search found 3 matches • Page 1 of 1
Hi All, I have just launched a product development service centered around rapid design utilizing 3D printing. I have experience working with a wide range of materials from flame cut plate steel to machined aluminum to 3D printed plastic. I do my prototyping on my UP! (unless the project necessitate...
I get glossy surface putting the print in acetone air: I have a bucket with acetona at the bottom, put a glass to support the printed part on it avoiding this part touch acetone. The vapours make the job. Much time in vapour, more glossy surfaces. Could you take a picture of your actual setup? I re...
- Fri Nov 30, 2012 7:12 pm
- Forum: Coffee Place
- Topic: PP3DP ABS safe for dry food?
- Replies: 3
- Views: 7418
I'm a little unclear when it comes to "food safe" plastics and what exactly that means from bio-chemistry standpoint. It is my understanding that the concern with food safe vs. not food safe often lies in the possibility of seepage of certain chemicals (BPA comes to mind, though that isn't used in A...